The BJP-led NDA facing a tough challenge from the JD(U)-RJD-Congress alliance in the upcoming Bihar election that is scheduled to take place next month, the BJP-led NDA has decided to launch a campaign blitzkrieg by holding a staggering 500 rallies in the state, with PM Modi alone addressing 20-22 big meetings.
Modi, a prepared campaigner and the face of alliance for the election in which it has not anticipated a CM applicant, will dive into electioneering barely two days after his landing from a visit to the US and Ireland on September 29.
Every polls survey have anticipated a close finish in the election, an absolute necessity win for BJP after its Delhi calamity. A triumph in Bihar will give the Modi government the weight it requires to push its change motivation, including presentation of the greatly anticipated GST. Modi, who remains a major attract the state, can give it an edge in the battle.
PM will come back to the state, where he has effectively held four rallies in this way, with an open meeting on October 2 at Banka followed after by another on October 4 in Lakhisarai, both of which are going for voting in the first stage on October 12.
Leaders of BJP said the alliance has made an elaborate arrangement which will likewise see a large group of Union ministers crosswise the state consistently in the keep running up to elections.
BJP top leaders will be found in joint battle with allies, RLSP, LJP and HAM (mainstream).
The thought is to hold around 500 rallies which would be attended to by state-level and national leaders, sources said.
Sources of NDA said Nitish-Lalu alliance has been attempting to play the backwards ranks card, especially after RSS boss Mohan Bhagwat’s call a reservation’s review arrangement.